March Newsletter: March-ing into Spring ๐ŸŒธ

Letter from the Executive Director: Sometimes the simplest acts of representation have the biggest impact.

Porthole into Programming: As flowers bloom this spring, our young authors have, tooโ€”into more confident actors of change.

In the News: Our Young Authors' Book Project guest author, Danez Smith, is going to be judging the National Book Awards. Go Danez!

All Eyes Forward: MOI is thinking about summer programming. Want to get involved? Email us!

Student Spotlight: Ever wondered what it would be like to be a king? Ask Musa!

Partner Spotlight: Check out some of the organizations and people who made Trivia for Cheaters possible.

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February Newsletter: What We've Been Loving ๐Ÿ’™

Letter from the Executive Director: A short, loving letter in honor of a short month full of love.

Porthole into Programming: We've been featured in the Smallest Museum in St. Paul, plus we're wrapping up the Young Authors' Book Project.

In the News: Check out a story written by 2nd graders at 826michiganโ€”it takes place underwater (maybe in the Lost Ocean of MN?).

Calling All Cheaters: Trivia for Cheaters is March 20 from 7 to 9 pm! Make your team today.

Student Spotlight: We're featuring two pieces of student writing this month! One about a bike, and one imitation poem.

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